great cost and secondly, joe, jamie is the question, should we? now, right now, so far the libyan rebels are doing pretty well. and, so, they don't really need our help. it would make it easier for them, sure, but, you know, revolution are not necessarily smooth, easy, over in a week as we saw with egypt and the second point about that, is, it is so important that all of these revolutions throughout the middle east are made at home. they don't want to have the stamp "made in america" because that will dez crediscredit themy go forward and there is a lot we can do before we have to do a no-fly zone, we could give them military equipment an humanitarian relief and send people on the ground to help train them and that is way down the road. right now, let them do what they are doing, pretty well. and, don't be too impatient, because it will take a long time. this is not going to be egypt, not going to be lybia, i mean, tunisia. it could be a civil war and could be bloody and could take a while but the rebels win and it is theirs, ultimately.